The two single-leaf maps were created by Johann Christoph Müller, the author of what is perhaps the most famous wall map of Bohemia, which is presented in 25 sections. This map is a period copper engraving with colorized areas and lines. The plate imprints are bold, clean and fresh; the colors are bright and, like the strong, relatively strong paper, exceptionally well preserved, with no oxidation. The leafs feature wide margins.
REGNI BOHEMIAE, DUCATUS SILESIAE, MARCHIONATUS MORAVIAE (Map of Bohemia, Silesia and Moravia) – Tabula generalis, cartouche upper right, published by J. B. Homann, Nuremberg, ca. 1720. MARCHIONATUS MORAVIAE (Map of Moravia) – Tabula generalis, cartouche on left, cartographer J. Ch. Müller, published by J. B. Homann, Nuremberg, ca. 1720.